Sale Sharks centre Will Addison admitted he was pleased to pick up three points from their dramatic 34-34 draw with Worcester on Saturday.
Losing 31-17 with 17 minutes left to play, Sale launched a late fightback to take a share of the spoils to go with their try bonus-point.
That left Addison, who scored two tries in the first-half, somewhat relieved as they at least came away with a decent return at Sixways.
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“We knew that it was going to be a tough game. Dan Braid kept coming on and said it was going to a high-scoring game and with the amount of running being done it turned out that nine tries were scored,” the in-form player told Sale‘s official website after the match.
“In the end we were happy to get the points, and there is plenty to review to improve on heading into Saturday’s game against Leicester.”
He added: “I was relieved but disappointed at the end of the game. I think Worcester will feel the same way. There were a few pivotal moments in the game, where we turned the ball over on our try line. We’ll come back better from this though, and we will be ready for the fight against Leicester.
“We’ve got eight new guys playing with us at the moment and they are settling in game by game. Josh (Beaumont) said in the changing room that to come back from where we were after going down to 14 men that the resolve we showed was really good.”